Florida fades in use of renewable energy as big utilities call the shots
Some enterprising lawyer really should sue the state of Florida for misrepresentation.Full Story
#1 Aug 16, 2014
"5. Florida consumers remain too disorganized, demoralized or distracted to rally in sufficient numbers to demand change in Tallahassee. A sprinkling of protests held outside Duke Energy's state headquarters in St. Petersburg in recent years, for example, rarely attract more than a few dozen people who so far lack the resources to influence state policies."
Florida never got over it's hanging chad problem. When the electric utility raises your electric bill, hit them over the head with a solar panel.
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